Sunday Independent (Ireland) - Life - - BEAUTY -

I of­ten think of all the re­ally lovely drunk girls I met in the bath­room when I was Party McCarthy, and I won­der where they all are now. Hello girls, I miss you! I was re­minded of this when I opened the stun­ning Lim­ited Edi­tion Ur­ban De­cay Alice Through the Look­ing Glass eye­shadow pal­ette, below, €49.99, re­leased in hon­our of the Dis­ney Alice In Won­der­land se­quel, Alice Through the Look­ing Glass.

The pop-up but­ter­fly pal­ette has a mir­ror on the in­side of it that says “We’re all mad here!”— that’s what re­minded me of drunken diva talk from my past! Then, on the doors of the pal­ette, it says, “I’m not strange, weird, off, nor crazy, my re­al­ity is just dif­fer­ent from yours.” This sure does tickle my pickle.

Any­hoo, the eye­shad­ows, of which there are 20, are so pretty, go­ing from the soft­est shades, to full-on shock­ing hues, and there’s a great mix of matte and shim­mer tex­tures.

The pull-out drawer says, “I know who I was when I got up this morn­ing, but I must have changed sev­eral times since then.” Love it!

The range also fea­tures five lim­ited-edi­tion lip­sticks, €19.50, and in­cludes some pretty shades such as Time, a gun­metal-navy colour, which, when I got up this morn­ing, I didn’t fancy, but now I’ve changed sev­eral times — and yes, I am mad!

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